FBI terrorist patsy arrested in Chicago

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Everyone’s favorite Zionist private intel firm Stratfor is reporting that an “aspiring jihadist” has been arrested in Chicago with an “inert bomb”.

Daoud had been the subject of a four-month FBI investigation and sting operation, during which undercover agents had been communicating with Daoud and recording his statements. Sting operations have become the tactic of choice for the FBI and other U.S. law enforcement organizations when investigating would-be jihadists. As U.S. law enforcement agencies perfect their sting operations to identify aspiring jihadists and prevent attacks, jihadists, too, can be expected to innovate and evolve alternate means of communication and vetting of those with whom they collaborate.

Uh huh. I bet he was incensed at that serious cinematic production that managed to light the whole Middle East on fire, too, right?

This coming from the same people who couldn’t even do basic information security on their own email servers. By the way, if you haven’t seen the entirety of the Stratfor email hacks, it’s quite revealing. Obviously I can’t post them here since I enjoy not being in prison but check cryptome.


Mossad calls up UT with bomb scare

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Ok, I don’t really know if it was Mossad or not but considering the timing with current world events and Obama/Clinton’s failed false flag, I’m willing to bet the farm on it. From the Statesman blotter:

UT campus under evacuation order

By AMERICAN-STATESMAN STAFF | Friday, September 14, 2012, 09:55 AM

UPDATE, 10 a.m.: UT officials said in a statement:

At 8:35 a.m. the university received a call from a male with a middle eastern accent claiming to have placed bombs all over campus. He said he was with Al Qaeda and these bombs would go off in 90 minutes. President Powers was notified and it was decided to evacuate all of the buildings out of an abundance of caution.

EARLIER: The University of Texas emergency alert system posted the following notice:

Evacuation due to threats on campus. Immediately evacuate ALL buildings and get as far away as possible. More information to come.

A UT official told the American-Statesman that the university had received multiple bomb threats to multiple buildings.


Update 10:46: UT Austin just posted to Twitter: “Time specified in phone threat has passed but we have not yet cleared all buildings. Decision to resume operations&classes will come shortly”

Hundreds of students are standing near the intersection of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Brazos Street. Police are telling people to move to the southern side of MLK, and officers and DPS troopers are blocking the entrances to campus in the area.

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Update 10:45: Hyde Park Baptist Schools officials sent following notice to parents:

“Hyde Park Baptist Schools are currently in lock down, until further notice. All students and staff are in proper places and safe. An email will be sent when the lock down is lifted.”

Hyde Park officials would not say why the campuses had been closed off.

Update 10:35: Capital Metro posted a notice on Twitter that said: “UT shuttle service will resume as soon as a safe staging point is identified.”

Clusters of staff and students are standing in light rain outside the parking lot of the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs in northeast campus.

John Wheat, a translator and archivist at the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, said he was sitting in the center’s break room when sirens went off outside and co-workers told him to evacuate.

He said that his director sent everyone home, saying they won’t be able to go back in for a while.

Update 10:25: University of Texas officials just sent a post on Twitter that said, “Buildings being checked/cleared. Stay away from buildings. No decision on afternoon classes/activities. Next update at 10:45am.”

Among those who were instructed to evacuate immediately were a few hundred people attending a mental health symposium at UT’s AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center.

“Somebody came by and said they got a text on their phone that we’re all supposed to get out,” said Sven Kindem, a peer specialist and patient aide who was waiting a half block away from the center. He had taken shelter from the rain under a nearby building overhang.

Traffic all around the campus is very heavy, but pedestrians are walking around calmly, including a number walking past campus buildings.

Update, 10:22 a.m.: North Dakota State University has also received bomb threats this morning, according to news reports.

ValleyNewsLive.com reports that an emergency alert there urged students and staff to leave campus by 10:15 am.

Fear sells war. We are such fucking pussies. The Rothschild/Mossad terrorists have already won.

Austinites, keep your eyes peeled for glaze-eyed patsies who might be carrying low-grade explosives.

Somewhat related:

Why is DHS/TSA ordering 700 lbs of explosives to be delivered 31Aug2012?

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via activistpost.com


A solicitation placed today at the Government marketplace shows that the Department of Homeland Security, via the Transportation Safety Administration has requested 700 pounds of High Density Ammonium Nitrate and 700 pounds of A-5 Flake RDX, with a delivery date by 31 August, 2012. That is less than 4 days before the start of the Democratic National Convention.

Update 30Aug2012: Let me just spell it out. They are setting up a false flag operation at the DNC and will try to pin it on “returning veteran Ron Paul militia racist lone wolf domestic terrorist free market Christian nutters” or somesuch, capitalizing on the memes they’ve been flooding the MSM with recently. Obama’s WeatherUnderground boys didn’t balk at engaging in such activity to further their socialist agenda and neither will their Demopublican operatives. Watch out.

A+ troll – Swedish Cannabis legalization just a rumor

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Toke of the Town dispells the rumor about Sweden legalizing some possession of cannabis as well as a limit on a legal number of plants to own. I forget the details since when I first saw that I was like… pfff yeah right and then saw “420 Dagbladet” as the source and pretty much knew at that point. Suckas!

reddit user “Mr. Danger” still has yet to respond to our 100$US bet about Obama even _decriminalizing_ cannabis. Even worse, his puppet of choice appears to have shredded the Constitution almost as much as his Republicrat predecessors. The guy is about to eliminate due process of law by not vetoing the NDAA bill. So, while it’s fair to say that Obama has almost another year to win Mr. Danger 100$US, it’s more likely in my opinion that the former Constitutional scholar and Nobel Peace Prize winner (pffff really? What kind of bizarro world am I living in? The guy just assassinated a US citizen without due process of law or even a damn warrant, he just decreed it to happen…) will institute martial law in Sept/Oct 2012 after the PIIGS/EU/UK/Japan/US economic dominoes fall and it becomes apparent that Ron Paul might actually win and the populace as a whole might wake up!

Nice going, Obamanoids. I’m making lots of immature “I told you so!” gestures in my mind at yall. Fast and Furious ones! TSA groping ones! Expanded overseas military ones! Federal crackdowns on medical marijuana ones! Yes, that’s right, “Raids on growers and dispensaries actually increased under Obama.”

Take me out, coach!

That’s Saul Alinsky, by the way.

Update 06 Sep 2012: *whistle* *crickets* Running out of time…

A small point towards the case for non-interventionism and why the USA should have never got involved in the Middle East

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With the recent flare-up of conflict between Palestinians in the Gaza Strip and Israeli forces (one could probably say this every 3 months and it would refer to a different skirmish) and the subsequent voluminous commentary that has followed, I got to thinking about an encounter I had while travelling abroad.

I was living in the Caribbean a few years back, and while I met hundreds of very interesting people from diverse backgrounds, one of the ones that really stood out was this. I had become acquainted with a cool Spanish-speaking Jew whose family, I presumed, I had ended up there during the mini-diaspora from Nazi-era Germany.

I couldn’t help but bring up the Middle East problem and asked him, “What the heck is the real issue there? Why can’t this be resolved in a peaceful and humane manner, much in line with the core tenets of all 3 of the religions that birth from this area? Is it essentially a turf war built around resentment at the British creation of Israel from parts of Palestine?”. At the time, I reasoned that was the root of this problem and certainly made sense to me.

His response completely floored me then since I simply did not expect it, but naturally in retrospect makes sense now. In as basic Spanish as he could manage, for I am by no means a fluent speaker, he went into great detail about a story from the Old Testament of the Bible that I vaguely recalled due to having grown up more or less as a Christian. It is the story of Ishmael.

To sum it up, Abraham wanted a child but for whatever reason was unsuccessful in having one with his wife Sarah. The way this guy explained it to me, God had told Abraham to have faith and that he would have one in due time. Abraham, however, grew increasingly impatient and finally decided to have a child with his Egyptian maidservant, Hagar. This child Ishmael, he said, is considered the father of the Arab nation, while the Jews consider the son that Sarah eventually bore, Isaac, a proper continuation of the line.

Furthermore, he basically said that because Ishmael was born out of defiance of God imploring him to have faith about having a child with Sarah, that Ishmael and by proxy the Arab nation was birthed from infidelity to God.

I bring this up not as some kind of moral fable in and of itself – because quite frankly it’s this kind of crap that makes me say that I’m “spiritual, not religious” (since I’m of the opinion that there are some Weird Things going on that there are no clear explanations for). I’m a long-time student of comparative religion in the sense that it seems quite clear to me that all the major religions are basically saying the same thing and the differences between them are simply superficial, similar to linguistic and other cultural differences – as I have said many times before, “Same light, different lampshade”. Once it starts getting organized and canonized and all this other garbage, it becomes degraded into power, corruption and lies and ends up being the hypocritical antithesis of everything it professes to bring to humanity.

No, I bring this up to illustrate to people just how deep and profound the underlying differences and disagreements are between the Arab and Judaic peoples, for the further end of showing just how futile and pointless it is to intervene in such an irrational conflict.

Update: It’s important to point out, I think, that this religious conflict is capitalized upon by military-industrial complexes to… basically justify their business.

AIPAC rules America

AIPAC rules America

Finally broke 4 digits of reddit karma!

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I love reddit. I got so turned off by Digg, their retarded, fascist policies and the horde of Bury Brigade morons and at the same time ran into reddit. I’ve never looked back. I don’t even check Digg any more, much less login to it. I hope it dies the death by crushing weight of crass commercialism it deserves. Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for the free market, but that also includes me taking the choice of not consuming their product if it’s not going to allow free expression. Curbing abuse and spam is one thing, deliberate censorship due to being a tool is something else entirely.

One thing I really enjoy about reddit is the ease of posting comments and engaging in discussions with all sorts of folks. It’s also rather easy to engage in the equivalent of Usenet cascades, which still have a distinctly reddit feel to them as they become progressively sillier and usually wittier. Meme propagation is rife there as well, which can be fun or annoying, depending.

Hell, they even bought free drinks for everyone who would come and when I bought when of their totally cool American Apparel t-shirts, I got a personally signed letter from one of the founders himself thanking me for my purchase! How cool is that!?

reddit gets it!

I just hope they don’t get too upset with my often brash poison-pen…